Two Military Wives on the End of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Caitlin Waters and Jacqueline Murman Speak About Their Own Expeiriences With War

Thursday, August 19, 2010

For wives of the 4th Stryker Brigade, the waiting game is over – their husbands are coming home. But there are still 50,000 troops left in Iraq. With the troops and equipment tasked to combat gone, the future of the troops who stay behind will rely heavily on local Iraqi forces.

The Takeaway speaks with Jacqueline Murman, newly married to to Specialist Matt Murman from the 4th Stryker Brigade, and Caitlin Waters, wife to Mark Waters and mother to their two young sons, who will be missing their father until he comes home at the end of the year.

Guests:

Jacqueline Murman and Caitlin Waters

Produced by:

Kateri A. Jochum

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